Developing Comprehension in Neurodiverse Children

Neurodiversity celebrates the many ways that our brains work. It encompasses conditions such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia, and more. Knowing what neurodiversity is enables us to provide education that is specific to each student, encouraging a growth mindset and appreciating their individual strengths. In this post we will explore Bloom’s Taxonomy in the context of minimally verbal autistic children.


Teaching with Clicker software – Assistive technology for education.

It’s been an interesting journey teaching my child who has strong auditory and visual skills, however, is minimally verbal(on the spectrum).  In this post, I share with you what worked for us and developed his speech and writing skills further, steering his learning experience in a very positive way!  Every parent’s dream, come read on to find out more!